Environmental Protection or Global Governance?

Those who are determined to impose global governance on the rest of us have made great sport out of attacking anyone who dares oppose their plans. They have attacked those who challenge their claims of global warming by calling for “Nuremburg-style” show trials. Al Gore has actually called for violence against climate “skeptics.” The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) has called those who oppose the policies of Barack Obama domestic terrorists. But if you watch and listen long enough, you will hear incredible things come out of their mouths. You will find that they really are lying about their intent. It’s not really about saving the environment – but about controlling the world – just like we opponents said. Amazing, isn’t it? Here, let them tell you in their own words: We said the issue over Climate Change wasn’t really about protecting the environment but about redistribution of wealth. They ...
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When Loving Your Country Marks You As A Domestic Terrorist

When I first became involved in political issues and events some 45 years ago as a young man just out of high school, it was because I believed in the ideals of our Founding Fathers. I had a young man’s zeal for the American dream of individuals living their lives free of government control and harassment. I was comfortable in the knowledge that I lived in the greatest nation on earth, where I could speak my mind; choose my own future; and nothing but my own limitations would stand in my way. The Constitution and the Declaration of Independence were my guidelines. I learned of them in a public school classroom, where we were taught why the American system of free enterprise and limited government were the reasons the United States had the highest standard of living in the world. It was the reason our solders were proud to serve ...
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R.I.P Henry Lamb and Tommy Cryer

The freedom movement lost two courageous leaders this past month. Our movement is poorer for their passing, but our nation’s richer from their lives. Henry Lamb is the man who first discovered Agenda 21 and sounded the alarm. He attended the international meetings and challenged participants to question the programs being proposed. He was alarmed and wanted the world to know what was coming. As he somehow managed to raise the money for his plane tickets to the UN meetings, he prepared for the trip by buying stocks of crackers and other cheap foodstuffs to take with him. That’s how he existed while most UN attendees managed to stay in the finest hotels and rent every available limo in town. Somehow, Henry managed to organize an unofficial nationwide network of radio programs and was able to broadcast directly from the UN meetings, telling the nation what the UN was up ...
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The Rise of the Forgotten Man

"The big difference is, you've got me," boasted Barack Obama in January 2010. He was responding to Democrats' concerns over looming mid-term losses as they recalled the disastrous elections of 1994. Unfortunately, 52 incumbent Democratic House members and 2 fellow Senators did not have him as they vacated their seats the following January in the worst Congressional turnover since 1948. When Obama, the campaigner says, "me," he refers to his battalions of public and private union employees, legions of giggling college students on the receiving end of Tweets and texts, an Organizing for America political army and a myriad of linked campaign sites funneling to mybarack.com. "Me" means hundreds of millions in contributions from fawning advocates, salivating ideologues, business opportunists and agitated victims of Mr. Obama's charismatic demagoguery. When the jolt of his irrevocable 2012 defeat settles, few enthusiasts will accompany Mr. Obama on his denouement in January 2013. What ...
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What to Do When You Don’t Like Any of These Candidates

I originally issued this article four years ago, just after John McCain had wrapped up the Republican nomination, and while Obama and Hillary were still slugging it out. Today, four years later, it’s the same feeling of dissatisfaction from our choices – just different names. How do we assure next time it will be any different? How do we take our country back? Here is a possible solution, but we’ve got to start the process now for 2016. TAD Hillary Clinton. John McCain. Barack Obama. Those are our choices for the next president of the United States. Are you happy with that selection? If not, what is your alternative? As the saying goes, “The lesser of two evils is still evil.” Beyond the presidential race we have congressional candidates, governors, state legislators, county commissioners, mayors, and city council candidates. Are you happy with whom the parties have chosen to offer ...
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Agenda 21: Conspiracy Theory or Threat

The battle over Agenda 21 is raging across the nation. City and County Councils have become war zones as citizens question the origins of development plans and planners deny any international connections to the UN’s Agenda 21. What is the truth? Since I helped start this war, I believe it is up to me to help with the answers. The standard points made by those who deny any Agenda 21 connection is that: Local planning is a local idea. Agenda 21 is a non-binding resolution not a treaty, carries no legal authority from which any nation is bound to act. It has no teeth. The UN has no enforcement capability. There are no “Blue-Helmeted” UN troops at City Hall. Planners are simply honest professionals trying to do their job, and all these protests are wasting their valuable time. The main concern of Agenda 21 is that man is fouling the ...
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The Most Dangerous Man In The World

Ed Note: This is a speech I first gave to the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in 1996, just four years after the UN’s Earth Summit in Rio. At the time I gave this address there were strong indications that Maurice Strong could be chosen as the next UN Secretary General. It didn’t happen, but that didn’t diminish his influence over the body. In fact, In 1996 all roads in the UN led to Maurice Strong. This speech represented the first time that the CPAC audience and most conservatives had ever heard of the radical agenda of the environmental movement. It was probably the first time the term Sustainable Development was ever heard by a conservative audience. In fact, at the time I gave this speech, environmentalism was the most popular and most powerful movement in the world. Yet, here, 15 years before “Climategate” I was revealing the very root ...
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